What does the Bible say about church servants? What are the expectations? What are the guidelines? This is study on Wednesday nights in the summer of 2019.
Preaching & Teaching
To be abundantly clear, our preaching & teaching is based on the Bible. If it is not based on the Bible, then it is not a part of our preaching & teaching. Because we believe that the Bible is "God-breathed," we believe the Bible is the authority that governs our church life and our personal lives. It is amazing that God uses "people" to communicate truth. After all, we are sinners saved by grace with flaws ourselves. That means that any preacher or teacher you hear at our church is flawed themselves. All teachers and preachers, however flawed, endeavor to communicate truth clearly with a character that is ever growing to match the message.
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Joy seems to be a rare treasure that we are always seeking and never finding. Join us as we study the theme of JOY in the book of Philippians starting May 19, 2019.
This series is a part of a series of blog posts on the Olivet Discourse. Most of the posts offer an audio version.
As we seek to move forward as a church, how would God have us to do it? Let's look at the Scriptures together to know how we can move forward!
Genesis is packed with practical life lessons that affect our daily lives. How do we handle temptation? Where do we find hope? How do we deal with guilt and shame? How do I know when to wait in faith? How do I know when to step out in faith?
Often conscience issues surface between church members, and it sometimes seems hopeless to sort these matters out so that we can unite together and glory God. How do we handle this?